Years ago I painted a vase in poster colours during my art workshop at Nirmal Studio. The vase in sparkling prussian blue with a golden rim sat quietly in the backdrop of scarlet drape. I framed it few days later and now it hangs in my drawing room. I never realized then I just sealed its destiny, stealing from it the very purpose it was created.
Whenever I look at the vase I think of all the possibilities if it weren’t a painted vase. Spring comes and goes but this vase will never hold flowers.
Sharing here my haiku that was published in the wonderful Autumn Moon Haiku Journal. I gave my vase an autumn moon haiku to hold…almost flowers!
Do read the rest of the haiku poems here https://www.autumnmoonhaiku.com/ edited by the very kind, inspiring and encouraging editor Bruce Ross.
The current issue has a beautiful message of hope and strength by editor Bruce Ross. Do read along.
Hope you are having a great weekend. Happy writing 🙂
2 thoughts on “Autumn Moon Haiku”
It looks beautiful without the flowers too Daya. Congratulations on the being published 🎉
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Thanks Radhika ❤️
Makes it better now 😇🥰